16. 01. 2019

JPN W: Yuki Ishikawa’s 18-year old sister is joining Toray Arrows

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Ishikawa family is very dedicated to volleyball.

 

After Yuki Ishikawa another member of this family will join the world of volleyball professionals. It’s Mayu Ishikawa, his 18-year old sister who will continue a career in V-League member Toray Arrows.

She will join the team in April and she had a short message – “I will do my best to contribute to the team”.

Mayu was a member of the High School team that finished in the fourth place in the championship.

Also, there are more players that will join Toray. It’s Ren Mizusugi, Kanako Noro, Osaki Kotomi.

 

See our sections - Transfers - Done Deals and Transfers - Rumors.

 

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